Albert Clinton Highsmith obit
A. C. Highsmith, Former County Official, Dies Albert Ginton Highsmith. a retired school teacher and former former deputy drcuit derit, of Jefferson Jefferson county, died at 4:30 a. m. Sunday at his home on RFD 7, Mt Vernon. He was 84 years and sevea months old. Mr. I^hsmiOi served as deputy circuit derk for two terms and also served as tax assessor for Mt Vernon township. township. Fmeral services wffl be held at 1:30 p. m. Tnesday at Myers Chapel with the Rev. Loran Bumpus officiating. Burial wiU be in Williams cemetery. The body will lie in state at Myers Chapel where friends may caU after 4:00 p. m. today. Mr. Hitaith WW bora May 27, USD, m Jefferson eeqaty. the son of Lswis C. and JoUa A. (Unmams) Iflghmitti. In Jtf enoa eoonty, on Jan. 3, 1901. Iw wu BHRied to HOS- de Wara. whs smvlves. Re la also sui^lved hf two Bont. Ray ^ Mitanlth sad Kenneth Kenneth E. lOghnuth, both of Mt Vemen: foor dani^ten, Mrs. Opal Gosrter. Mn. Nola Greer and Miss Noma Ifighsmith, all of this dty, and Mrs. Mini Crane of Paririe AHllase, Kan.; two sisters, Mrs. Julia Pettit and Mrs. Laura Hifl ^Kmith, both of Mt Vernon; 17 granddiildren; and nine great-granddiildren. Mr. Hig &mith was a member of tht Camp Ground Baptist chnrdi and the Modem Wood- ncB Lodge.